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Archive for July, 2009
Youth Music Box has been developed by Silent Studios with interactive artist Chris O’Shea.
It’s is a free, interactive musical experience, allowing you to create your own unique track and video using cutting edge technology, all in under 10 minutes! Youth Music Box is currently living at the Royal Festival Hall, London and is a chance for anyone to take part in making music, whether you’re an accomplished musician or complete beginner.
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Silent Studios are delighted to present the Youth Music Box, a ground-breaking audiovisual installation at the Southbank Centre, created to help celebrate the 10th Anniversary of music charity Youth Music.
The Youth Music Box is a special kind of recording studio, created and designed for visitors to get together, pick up their instruments, and lay down their very own music track and video. It offers a unique opportunity for the absolute novice to play like a musical prodigy. For all ages, it encourages improvisation, learning and participation.
Inside is a musical console table that allows groups of up to four ‘players’ to create music together using cutting-edge technology interfaces linked to real instruments, it a kind of crazy music-making machine. The Youth Music Box is the unmissable free event at the Royal Festival Hall this Summer.
Silent Studios have created a unique user experience through a blend of music, graphics and motion. Working with renown artist Chris O’Shea, they hope to inspire both musicians and amateurs, giving everyone the chance to play on.
Youth Music Box
Royal Festival Hall
Friday 17 July 2009 – Monday 31 August 2009
11am – 7pm daily
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